Healthy Skin to Prolong Face Lift Results

It”s true that a face lift can make you look 10 to 15 years younger, but 10 years from now, Mother Nature may give you new wrinkles and older-looking skin. To keep your skin looking fresh after a face lift, consider a non-surgical skin tightening procedure like ePrime® as part of your facial rejuvenation.

ePrime® is an innovative new device that uses radiofrequency energy, delivered through micro-needles, to directly stimulate collagen growth under your skin. As we age, our natural collagen and elastin production decreases, contributing to greater skin inelasticity and less volume over time. The new minimally invasive ePrime® treatment stimulates collagen production and has also been shown to promote new elastin and hylauronic acid, all essential components to healthy, youthful appearing skin. By having your skin treated with ePrime®, you can help keep your skin looking rejuvenated.

As I explain to my Seattle area face lift patients, taking this non-surgical step to maintain the health of your skin can significantly increase how long your surgical results last. And, if you want a way to provide daily care, there are many professional-strength skin care products which help to nourish the skin and maintain your natural regeneration process. Many plastic surgeons will offer medical spa services along with lines of professional skin care products. If you are going to have a face lift, look to the long-term and ask your surgeon what you need to do to maintain the results.

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